The fields are now set for two races for the General Assembly on the July 19 ballot.
Qualifying ended today in the state Senate District 26 race and for House District 139.
David Lucas is leaving the House seat to run Robert Brown's old Senate seat. Lucas is a Democrat.
Also running are Republican Bobby Gale of Irwinton, a minister, and Macon City Council President Miriam Paris, also a Democrat.
There's no primary and all three Senate candidates will run in a single field.
The race should be decided next month, unless there's a runoff.
The district covers Twiggs County and parts of Bibb, Houston and Wilkinson counties.
Also, two candidates are running in House District 139.
They are James Beverly, an eye doctor and business owner, and Anissa Jones, a chiropractor and professor of biology.
That race should also be decided next month.